necessarily going to stop. objects that the chinese that's because they're trying to government located. respond to every possibility out there. yes, they have a lot of resources, some 42 or more different ships out there, peter, would these objects theoretically still be floating? around 39 aircraft, a dozen different countries helping, but >> they could be. no matter how many resources you certainly there will be a lot of light debris in the general area have, you've got to gse search if they can track it correctly. areas and see if you can spot but some of the pieces could anything. and that takes a tremendous still be floating. amount of time, especially when the vertical stabilizer on air you consider ocean currents can move things so after you've france was floating. searched an area you may have to a number of them could still be go back again just to make sure. floating. ? and how do authorities find them now? obviously they go to the region the tremendous scope here does where this image is from. not seem to represent the how do they find them if they magnitude of effort to find this have sunk deep into the water? plane as much as it represents >> well, you use -- you bring in the confusion over where to look. and that, jake, is why so many people who are experienced in of the families are frustrated that field, you drop down remote and frankly why some of the countries involved in the search controlled, underwater vehicles seem to be getting frustrated too. jake? with high-resolution cameras and >> baffling. tom foreman, thank you. you start the search on a up next, an faa warning just systemic basis. and it works. months ago that the boeing 777 if you've got the general area, could break into pieces midair. the techniques are there, that so was the malaysia airlines they will find the wreckage.